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[audio]Wachsmann Full - CIAMS
Nov 12, 2014 podcast with Shelley Wachsmann
Keywords: nautical archaeology; ships; ritual; deepwater
Downloads: 11
[movies]Projet PROTIS, 2 - Experimentations - A. Chene (ORAC Video)
2nd part of our archaeological experimentation about the construction o an Archaic Greek ship, called Gyptis, the wreck of which was discovered at Marseilles, France, in 1997
Keywords: wreck; archaeological experimentation; nautical archaeology; Marseilles; Greek antiquity
Downloads: 329
[texts]Red Mill Wreck Report 2013 - Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson
MHM confirmed the existence of the Red Mill Wreck in September 2012 and documented part of the archaeological site then. In late August 2013 MHM returned to the Red Mill Wreck site to open new test trenches in order to expose new sections of the wreck associated with the portions documented in 2012. This report is a summary of MHM's findings.This report is copyrighted to Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota...
Keywords: Red Mill Wreck; steamer; steamboat; nautical archaeology; maritime archaeology; underwater archaeology; Watler Taylor; Knox Lumber Yard; Aitkin; Minnesota; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Dry Nautical Archaeology; Headwaters Mississippi River
Downloads: 14
[texts]Lake Waconia Nautical Archaeology 1 Project Report - Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson
Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) conducted a side and down-imaging sonar survey of Lake Waconia in August 2012 as part of the White Bear Lake and Lake Waconia Survey Project. Prior to this survey, no nautical or maritime archaeological sites had been identified in Lake Waconia. MHM noted 46 anomalies during the Lake Waconia Survey that appeared to be human-made objects that warranted further investigation...
Keywords: Minnesota; Lake Waconia; Nautical Archaeology; Maritime History; Shipwrecks; SCUBA; Legacy Amendment; Underwater Archaeology
Downloads: 33
[texts]USS Essex Shipwreck Assessment 2013 - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Maritime Heritage Minnesota conducts yearly assessments on the National Register of Historic Places Property USS Essex in Lake Superior in Duluth. This is a report of MHM's findings submitted to the Minnesota Office of the State Archaeologist.In copyright. This report is copyrighted to Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota. It can be downloaded free of charge but it cannot be sold for profit by the third party, uploaded to another site, or changed in any way. 
Keywords: USS Essex; Duluth; shipwreck; Nautical Archaeology; Maritime Archaeology; Lake Superior; Donald McKay
Downloads: 28
[texts]Andy Gibson Excavation and NRHP Nomination Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) conducted a limited excavation into the Mississippi River bank in Aitkin, MN where the steamer wreck Andy Gibson is located. MHM conducted preliminary nautical archaeological documentations of the wreck site in Autumn 2008 and Summer and Autumn 2009 during low water conditions. It was determined that a substantial portion of the wreck site lay in situ underneath several feet of the river bank and it was hypothesized that the starboard (right) side gunwale may be...
Keywords: nautical archaeology; maritime; Mississippi River; Headwaters Mississippi Nautical Archaeology. Headwaters Mississippi River Steamboat; steamer; Andy Gibson; steamboat; shipwreck; Aitkin; Minnesota; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; dry nautical site; underwater archaeology; Aitkin Minnesota
Downloads: 148
[texts]Andy Gibson Starboard Gunwale and Deck Excavation - Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) expanded excavations into the Mississippi River bank in Aitkin, MN where the steamer wreck Andy Gibson is located. MHM has worked on the Andy Gibson wreck since 2008. A substantial portion of the wreck site lay in situ underneath several feet of the river bank and the starboard (right) side gunwale is intact. This report details the work MHM conducted on the Andy Gibson wreck site's starboard side in 2011 during low water conditions...
Keywords: nautical archaeology; maritime; Mississippi River; Headwaters Mississippi Nautical Archaeology. Headwaters Mississippi River Steamboat; steamer; Andy Gibson; steamboat; shipwreck; Aitkin; Minnesota; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; dry nautical site; underwater archaeology; Aitkin Minnesota
Downloads: 101
[texts]Developing a Plan to Preserve the USS Essex - Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Maritime Heritage Minnesota was awarded a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant in April 2010 to devise a plan for the preservation of the wreck of the Sloop-of-War USS Essex. USS Essex was the last ship designed and constructed by North America's premier 19th Century shipwright Donald McKay and is the only known example of McKay's craftsmanship to exist in the world.
Keywords: shipwreck; Minnesota; USS Essex; war; ship; Donald McKay; nautical archaeology; maritime history; Duluth; Toledo; Great Lakes; Chicago
Downloads: 277
[texts]Andy Gibson Wreck (21-AK-109) Fallen Tree Mitigation Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
In August 2013, Maritime Heritage Minnesota discovered that a large tree had fallen on the stern area of the National Register of Historic Places wreck site Andy Gibson in the Headwaters Mississippi River in Aitkin, Minnesota. MHM teamed up with the City of Aitkin Maintenance team, the Aitkin County Sheriff's Department, and ASAP Towing Company of Aitkin to lift the tree off the wreck with minimal disturbance...
Keywords: Andy Gibson Wreck; Headwaters Mississippi River; Aitkin; Minnesota; nautical archaeology; maritime history; underwater archaeology; steamer; steamboat; shipwreck
Downloads: 29
[texts]2008 Nautical Archaeological Assessment of Steamer Wrecks Swan and Andy Gibson in Aitkin, Minnesota - Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
In 2008, the 501.c(3) nonprofit Maritime Heritage Minnesota conducted a brief nautical archaeological assessment of steamer wrecks Swan and Andy Gibson in the Mississippi River in Aitkin, MN. The report describes this work and suggests a future cultural resource management plan. In Copyright. Copyright to this work is held by Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Ann Merriman, and Christopher Olson. It cannot be downloaded and sold for profit, changed in any way, or redistributed.
Keywords: shipwrecks; shipwreck; minnesota; underwater archaeology; nautical archaeology; maritime history; steamboat; steamer; transportation; mississippi river; aitkin; grand rapids, minnesota history, minnesota archaeology, minnesota boats
Downloads: 413
[texts]White Bear Lake Nautical Archaeology 1 Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Note: Two versions of the White Bear Lake Nautical Archaeology 1 Project Report are available, one small and one large. The have the same content, one is simply compressed. In 2012, Maritime Heritage Minnesota conducted a side and down-imaging sonar survey of White Bear Lake in Ramsey and Washington Counties, Minnesota. Many anomalies and 4 suspected wrecks were recorded by the sonar unit. In August and September 2014, MHM and our great volunteers returned to White Bear Lake to investigate 26 an...
Keywords: Minnesota; Underwater Archaeology; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; wreck; shipwreck; White Bear Yacht Club; Chris Craft; steel boat; W. H. Mullins; ice fishing house; boat lift; aluminum square stern canoe
Downloads: 49
[texts]Minnesota River Survey 1 Report - Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The maritime history of the Minnesota River has been a subject of interest for Minnesotans since the mid-19th Century, when in 1882 the Edward D. Neil and Charles S. Bryant published their volume, History of the Minnesota Valley. This book amounted to more of a genealogical work than a study of riverine travel or use, but it does provide a brief overview of the communities along the river. By 1905, Thomas Hughes took on the task of investigating the "History of Steamboating on the Minnesota Rive...
Keywords: Nautical Archaeology; Maritime History; Minnesota; Shipwrecks; Steamboats; Steamer; Minnesota River; Fort Snelling; Savage; Shakopee; Chaska; Carver; Jordan; Belle Plaine; Blakely; Henderson; levee; swing bridge; ferry; Murphy's Landing; barge; sidewheeler; sternwheeler
Downloads: 652
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1915-March 31, 1916 (#57) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes; Lake Erie
Downloads: 39
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1916-June 30, 1916 (#58) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes; Lake Erie
Downloads: 56
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1916-June 30, 1916 (#58) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes; Lake Erie
Downloads: 47
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1914-March 31, 1915 (#55) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes
Downloads: 46
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1915-March 31, 1916 (#57) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes; Lake Erie
Downloads: 48
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1914-March 31, 1915 (#55) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Great Lakes
Downloads: 42
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 2, 1910-December 31, 1910 (#51) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Great Lakes; USS Franklin
Downloads: 52
[texts]Lake Minnetonka Nautical Archaeology 2 Project Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The purpose of the Lake Minnetonka Nautical Archaeology 2 Project was to determine the nature of specific anomalies and one wreck site. MHM prioritized which anomalies – potential nautical or underwater archaeological sites – and one wreck site located during the LMS-1 and 2 surveys that deserved priority attention for further research in Lake Minnetonka. MHM determined the list from an analysis of sites and anomalies that were deemed the most historically and archaeologically significant, t...
Keywords: Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota; wrecks; shipwrecks; nautical archaeology; underwater archaeology; maritime archaeology; Saucy Kate; Terra-Marina; Century Boats; Correct Craft; Aqua Skier; Utility; Sea King; canoe; Span Boats; Aluma-Craft; Alumacraft; Owens Yachts; marine launch boilers; 1974 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Coupe; Johnson Super Sea Horse Outboard Motor; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; NavDive; Applied Logic Engineering; SCUBA
Downloads: 81
[texts]Lake Minnetonka Nautical Archaeology 1 Project Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
In October 2012 and from mid-May to early July 2013, the 501.c(3) non-profit Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) and a select group of ethical divers investigated a prioritized list of anomalies and wreck sites using SCUBA from data collected during sonar surveys of Lake Minnetonka in 2011 and 2012. In addition, the Hennepin County Water Patrol (HCWP) partnered with MHM to visually record two wrecks that served as test subjects for their newly acquired Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)...
Keywords: Minnesota; Shipwrecks; Underwater Archaeology; Nautical Archaeology; Maritime Archaeology; Lake Minnetonka; Chris-Craft; Alumacraft; Aluma Craft; model barge; dredge; Wayzata; Excelsior; Owens Landau; Lund Fishing Boat; rowboat; row Boat; motorized ice boat; iceboat; Mercury Monterey; Lion's Club; SCUBA; Maritime History; Streetcar Boat; tug; James J. Hill; dredging; barge; metal barge; capsized; wreck; houseboat; pontoon; Gideon Bay; St. Albans Bay; Wayzata Bay; Crystal Bay
Downloads: 150
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, February 1, 1898 - April 6, 1898 (#40) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman
The USS Essex is the only US Navy wreck in the State of Minnesota. She was designed and constructed by the 19th Century's preeminent shipbuilder Donald McKay and is the only known example of his work to survive. Sixty-two of Essex's log books are known and Maritime Heritage Minnesota received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant - also known as the Legacy Amendment - to digitize these books at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC and at the United Stat...
Keywords: USS Essex; Minnesota; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant; Legacy Amendment; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; Duluth; Lake Superior; United States Navy; National Archives and Records Administration; United States Naval Academy; Great Lakes; Great Lakes Naval Militia; Naval Reserve; Training Ships; Log Book
Downloads: 249
[texts]Lake Waconia Survey Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant in August 2012 to conduct a side and down-imaging sonar survey of Lake Waconia as part of the White Bear Lake and Lake Waconia Survey (WBLLWS) Project. With the completion of the WBLLWS Project, Lake Waconia is the second of three bodies of water within the borders of Minnesota to have been completely surveyed for submerged archaeological resources...
Keywords: shipwreck; shipwrecks; White Bear Lake; Minnesota; nautical archaeology; maritime history; underwateWaconia; Lake Waconia; shipwrecks; steamer Niagara; steamer Coney Island; steamer Coney Island of the West; launch Emile; launch Klondyke; launch Indian; launch Skoogum; steamer Pioneer; steamer Germania; row boat; sail boat; Weinzierl Boat Livery; Lake House; Coney Island Hotel; C. A. Remington
Downloads: 220
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1912-March 31, 1913 (#53) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea
Downloads: 46
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1912-March 31, 1913 (#53) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea
Downloads: 37
[texts]USS Essex Log Books Digitization Pilot Project Report - Ann Merriman, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The USS Essex is the only US Navy wreck in the State of Minnesota. She was designed and constructed by the 19th Century premiere shipbuilder Donald McKay and is the only known example of his work to survive. Sixty-two of Essex's log books are known and Maritime Heritage Minnesota received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant - also known as the Legacy Amendment - to digitize these books at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC and at the United States Naval Acad...
Keywords: USS Essex; Minnesota; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Digitization; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; Duluth; Lake Superior; United States Navy; National Archives and Records Administration; United States Naval Academy; Great Lakes; Great Lakes Naval Militia; Naval Reserve; Training Ships; Log Book
Downloads: 253
[texts]White Bear Lake Survey Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Note: There are 2 copies of the report available, a large pdf file and a small pdf file. They contain the same report and information. Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant in August 2012 to conduct a side and down-imaging sonar survey of White Bear Lake in as part of the White Bear Lake and Lake Waconia Survey (WBLLWS) Project. With the completion of the WBLLWS Project, White Bear Lake (WBL) is the third of three bodies of water within the...
Keywords: shipwreck; shipwrecks; White Bear Lake; Minnesota; nautical archaeology; maritime history; underwater archaeology; Mahtomedi; Dellwood; Manitou Island; steamer White Bear; steamer Wildwood; Wildwood Park; Wildwood Amusement Park; steamer Dispatch; steamer Maud; steamer May; steamer Ina; steamer Floyd; naphtha launch; sail boat; row boat; scow; motor boat; power boat; John O. Johnson; Ramaley's Pavilion; Gene Ramaley; John Ramaley; Abel E. Leaman
Downloads: 340
[texts]Lake Minnetonka Survey 2 Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The majority of Lake Minnetonka is in Hennepin County, with a small portion of its southwest edge crossing into Carver County, Minnesota. Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) received a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant - part of the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment - in May 2012 to conduct a side and down imaging sonar survey of Upper Lake Minnetonka - not including Crystal Bay that had already by surveyed...
Keywords: Upper Lake; Lower Lake; dugout canoe; pontoon boat; shipwreck; shipwrecks; wrecks; steamers; steamboat; sidewheeler; sternwheeler; propeller; Big Island Amusement Park; Big Island Veterans Camp; steamboat pier; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota; Lake Minnetonka; Royal Moore; Ramaley; Minnehaha; Como; White Bear; Hopkins; torpedo stern; nautical archaeology; maritime archaeology; history; Halsted; runabout; Mound; Spring Park; Excelsior; Wayzata; Hercules; Minneapolis; St. Albans Bay Wreck
Downloads: 451
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 2, 1910-December 31, 1910 (#51) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Great Lakes; USS Franklin
Downloads: 46
[texts]Lake Minnetonka Survey 1 Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
The majority of Lake Minnetonka is in Hennepin County, with a small portion of its southwest edge crossing into Carver County. Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) received a private donation in September 2011 and a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant in November 2011 to conduct a side and down imaging sonar survey of Lower Lake Minnetonka and Crystal Bay in the Upper Lake in Hennepin County. Prior to this survey, only six wrecks were widely known...
Keywords: shipwreck; shipwrecks; wrecks; steamers; steamboat; sidewheeler; sternwheeler; propeller; Big Island Amusement Park; Big Island Veterans Camp; steamboat pier; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota; Lake Minnetonka; Royal Moore; Minnehaha; Como; White Bear; Hopkins; torpedo stern; nautical archaeology; maritime archaeology; history; Excelsior; Wayzata; Arthur Dyer; Hercules; Minneapolis; St. Albans Bay Wreck
Downloads: 866
[texts]Log Book of USS Essex, April 1, 1915-September 30, 1915 (#56) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Don Juan de Austria; USS Tennessee; USS Yantic
Downloads: 36
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 3, 1876-March 31, 1877 (#1) Transcription - Transcribed & edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; USS Tallapoosa; USS Montauk; USS Ranger; USS Plymouth; USS Passaic; USS Powhatan; USS Huron; USS Swatara; USS Alliance
Downloads: 128
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1912-September 30, 1912 (#52) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Dubuque; USS Gopher; USS Hawk; USS Wolverine; USS Yantic
Downloads: 49
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, July 1, 1916-December 31, 1916 (#59) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Don Juan de Austria; USS Hawk; USS Isla de Luzon; USS Rhode Island; USS Wolverine
Downloads: 80
[texts]Log Book of USS Essex, April 1, 1915-September 30, 1915 (#56) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Don Juan de Austria; USS Tennessee; USS Yantic
Downloads: 63
[texts]Lake Minnetonka Nautical Archaeology 3 Project Report - Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson, Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Note: There are two pdfs of this report available for downloading. One is 218 mb and the other is 5.7 mb in size. They are the same report but the larger one is of higher quality. The Lake Minnetonka Nautical Archaeology 3 Project was funded by a Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant, part of the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund of the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment. The purpose of the LMNA-3 Project was to determine the nature of specific anomalies, re-visit particular known w...
Keywords: Lake Minnetonka; Minnesota; Nautical Archaeology; Maritime History; Underwater Archaeology; Wreck; Shipwreck; Blue Star Miamian Runabout Wreck; Alumacraft; Model R; Model A; Hopper Barge; Captain John R. Johnson; Weeres Pontoon; Aluminum Canoe; Wooden Trunk Cabin Cruiser; Wayzata Bay Wreck; Gideon Bay Wreck; Owens Deluxe Cruiser Wreck; Damaged Bow Utility Wreck; Terra-Marina Amphibious Houseboat Wreck; Sediment Study; SCUBA; GPS; Excelsior; Wayzata; Ford Model T Doodlebug; Tractor
Downloads: 43
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1912-September 30, 1912 (#52) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Dubuque; USS Gopher; USS Hawk; USS Wolverine; USS Yantic
Downloads: 107
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, July 1, 1916-December 31, 1916 (#59) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Don Juan de Austria; USS Hawk; USS Isla de Luzon; USS Rhode Island; USS Wolverine
Downloads: 78
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 3, 1876 - March 31, 1877 (#1) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; USS Tallapoosa; USS Montauk; USS Ranger; USS Plymouth; USS Passaic; USS Powhatan; USS Huron; USS Swatara; USS Alliance
Downloads: 352
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1878-October, 1878 (#4) Transcription - Transcribed and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; American steamer City of Rio de Janeiro; American mail steamer City of Pasa; HBM Griffon; HBM Griffin; HMS Volage; HBM Corvette Avon; Brazilian frigate Amazonia
Downloads: 119
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1 1913-September 30, 1913 (#54) Transcription and Index - Transcribed by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson, Proofread by Betty Lloyd
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Superior; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Dubuque; USS Gopher; USS Hawk; USRC Lot M. Morrill; USS Niagara; USS Tuscarora; USS Wolverine; USS Yantic; Perry Centennial; Put-In-Bay
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[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, August 1, 1878-February 15, 1879 (#5) Transcription - Transcribed and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; Brazilian iron clad Bahia; German frigate Albert; English steamer Cuzco; English steamer Danube; English steamer Warwick Castle; HBM Volage; HMS Danae, American barque Samuel E. Sprin, American Whaler George and Susan, American Whaling bark Sea Fox, Italian frigate Governollo
Downloads: 132
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1 1913-September 30, 1913 (#54) and Index - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; Duluth; Toledo; Ohio Naval Militia; Donald McKay; Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake Superior; Lake Michigan; Great Lakes; USS Dorothea; USS Dubuque; USS Gopher; USS Hawk; USRC Lot M. Morrill; USS Niagara; USS Tuscarora; USS Wolverine; USS Yantic; Perry Centennial; Put-In-Bay
Downloads: 46
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1878 - October 6, 1878 (#4) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; American steamer City of Rio de Janeiro; American mail steamer City of Pasa; Brazilian frigate Nicheroy; Brazilian iron clad Bahia; Italian Frigate Governollo; French Flag Ship Thernis; Hictheroy; HBM Griffin/Griffon; Her Majesty’s gunboat Elk; Foam; HMS Voleage; HBM Corvette Avon; French Gunboat Bniat; Brazilian man of war frigate Amazonia
Downloads: 566
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1877-March 31, 1878 (#3) Transcription - Transcribed and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; American Bark Emma L. Partridge; American Barkentine William Cobb; HBM Griffon; HBM Ship Volage; HGM Corvette Avon; HBM Gunboat Fram; HM Gunboat Foam; British Ship Wylo; English Maile Steamer Windsor Castle; English Mail Steamer Warwick Castle; English Mail Steamer Trenton; British Bark Dartmouth; British Bark Francis Milly
Downloads: 137
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1877-September 30, 1877 (#2) Transcription - Transcribed & edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; USS Tallapoosa; USS Supply; USS Canandaigua; USS New Hampshire; USS Pawnee; USS Plymouth; USS Powhatan; USS Huron; USS Swatara; USS Saugus; USS Catskill; USS Mahopac; USS Franklin; USS Leleigh; USS Ajax; USS Ossipee; USS Enterprise
Downloads: 114
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, October 1, 1877 - March 31, 1878 (#3) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; American Bark Emma L. Partridge; American Barkentine William Cobb; HBM Griffon; HBM Ship Volage; HBM Corvette Avon; HBM Gunboat Fram; HM Gunboat Foam; British Ship Wylo; English Mail Steamer Windsor Castle; Warwick Castle; Trenton; British Bark Dartmouth; Francis Milly; English steamer Ethiopia; Congo; Biafra; Magellan; Cuzco; Roman; Hipporchen; , Elbe; Niger; Corisco; Sloop New Hamburg; Portuguese Mail Steamer China; English Gunboat Swallow; Portuguese Gunboat Lado; Royal Mail Steamer Asiatic; Mondego; Belgian Steamer Tycho Brahe; German steamers Valparaico; Hohengollun; French steamer Rivadavia; Italian steamer Columbus
Downloads: 260
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, August 1, 1878 - February 15, 1879 (#5) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; Brazilian iron clad Bahia; German frigate Albert; French Flag Ship Thernis; English gunboat Elk; English steamer Cuzco; Danube; Warwick Castle; HBM ship Volage; Royal Mail Steamer Asiatic; HMS Danae; American barque Samuel E. Sprin; American Whaler George and Susan; American Whaling bark Sea Fox; American mail steamer City of Pasa; American steamer City of Rio de Janeiro; French Bark Louise Marie of St. Malo; Italian Frigate Governollo
Downloads: 209
[texts]Log Book of the USS Essex, April 1, 1877 - September 30, 1877 (#2) - Digitized and edited by Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
USS Essex was designed by the North American shipbuilder Donald McKay. McKay is widely recognized as the premier shipwright and designer in 19th Century America. His fast clipper ships broke all speed records during the mid-19th Century. and his ship Flying Cloud held the speed record from the New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn from 1851-1989. USS Essex was the last ship McKay designed and constructed...
Keywords: USS Essex; United States Navy; Winfield Scott Schley; Naval History; Navy History; steam; sail; warship; ship; Maritime History; Nautical Archaeology; shipwreck; Lake Superior; Maritime Heritage Minnesota; Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant; Legacy Amendment; National Archives and Records Administration; NARA; United States Naval Academy; USNA; Log Book; USS Hartford; USS Tallapoosa; USS Supply; USS Canandaigua; USS New Hampshire; USS Pawnee; USS Plymouth; USS Powhatan; USS Huron; USS Swatara; USS Saugus; USS Catskill; USS Mahopac; USS Franklin; USS Leleigh; USS Ajax; USS Ossipee; USS Enterprise; Portuguese steamer Luso, English Steamer Wist; New York mail steamer City of Havana; US mail steamer City of Mexico; mail steamer State of Texas; Margaret; City of Houston; steamer City of Dallas; English steamers Ancola Viella Africa; English Transport Orontes; English barque Jessie; Pinta; German steamer Luxo; whaling barque Petrel; Danish brig Nordley/Nodby; Mexican gun boats Libestat Libertad
Downloads: 449
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